Surprisingly, Eddy was the most successful of the two photo shoots. This is because I caught her sleeping:
Next up was Astrid. The resident pup has been especially excited lately, not only because she loves that the weather has slowly been getting warmer, but also because of the addition of our new fish tanks and the accompanying fish and frog. Anything new like this tends to turn her into a little fizzling ball of energy. Luckily, she's always been good about turning some of her energy into chew bone sessions. I thought I'd try to catch some photos during one of these chewing sessions:
Happy Friday, furiends!
Our Tip of the Day:
If your pup seems to have frequent moments of restlessness and boredom, even after being walked and fed, and of course after any medical concerns have been rule out, try creating games or getting puzzling toys that will allow him or her to be mentally stimulated and to expend energy. This could be as simple as you using his or her toys, or even yourself, to create a game of hide and seek throughout the house. Another option are the number of puzzle-like toys available on the market, such as those in which you can hide a handful of treats and the dog has to figure out how to release them. Physical exercise isn't the only way a dog expends energy, because their minds can be just as active as their bodies. So, be sure to stimulate their mind as well!